Cell phones. Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em.A recent article in The New York Times tells of a Maryland restaurateur who had come to the end of his telephonic tether concerning cell phone usage. Ironically, the story is not about some obtuse customer broadcasting his personal business across a hushed dining room at a decibel level more appropriate for league night at the Bowl-A-Rama.In this case, it was the restaurant’s employees who were the guilty parties. The restaurateur, who ...
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